Post # 1
I’m actually kind of worried that by the end of the night they’ll be stuffed and can’t drive home.
Here’s the layout
– Ice Cream Man with “unlimited” ice cream cones
-Iced Tea and Lemonade
-a bunch of hot and cold apps
-Choice of Steak,Chicken Or Veggie with sides
-Ginormous Candy Buffet
Here’s the thing. from start to finish the wedding is 4.5 hours ( because of venue issues). Soooo I think that’s enough food for 4 hours don’t you think?
Post # 3
I think thats enough food for an entire day! =)
I’m very jealous of the ice cream man (or as we can him in these parts “ding-a-ling”). If we were having a summer wedding, I totally would have done this!
Post # 4
umm. i think that is plenty. In fact, i think you could get rid of the pre-ceremony cocktail if you needed to.
Post # 5
@Sschaf- I would’ve gotten rid of it but the wedding is around a 1-2 hour drive for most guests so I thought they would appreciate something to cool them down while they wait for the ceremony.
Also I had put the time on the invite 30 minutes before the actual ceremony because puertorricans are RARELY on-time and I want to start by 4:00. So while they trickle in between that 3:30-4:00 mark they can munch on something while they wait.
@CaitMarae – This a pretty accurate description of what an ice cream man and his cart looks in PR, but mine said he would dress in a button down shirt and slacks. I think he’s pretty excited we asked him to do it.
Post # 6
I hope my guests eat a lot of our food, too. I’m worried that many of the guests will be shy about digging in and that our spread will just be for show.
Your layout sounds fantastic!
Post # 7
@microscope – I doubt they’ll hold back. But if you’re worried about it you can talk to a few people in your family and tell them to make the first move. After someone makes the first move then the rest will feel more comfortable digging in!